I’m hearing mixed reactions from USC fans about today’s news. Some are ecstatic at the schedule upgrade. Others find it ridiculous that USC teams are going to travel 3,000 miles for league games. One thing is certain: USC coaches will no longer get free rides with games in Tucson, Pullman, Corvallis, etc. If things stay as they currently are (which is unlikely), USC’s road trips … Continue reading No More Free Rides In Big Ten
Pete Thamel of ESPN said USC and UCLA to the Pac-12 is “essentially done” and a press conference will be held in the next 24 hours. What a stunning turn of events. I think this move will popular financially and not-so-popular with the coaches. Does Mick Cronin want a road trip to Michigan State and Michigan. Nooooo. Does Andy Enfield want to play anyone in … Continue reading USC And UCLA To Big Ten Looks Done
Well, here’s a nice way to make a slow day more interesting. Here’s the tweet from Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News: Source: USC and UCLA are planning to leave for the Big Ten as early as 2024. Move *has not been finalized* at the highest levels of power. — Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) June 30, 2022 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Would USC president Carol Folt and … Continue reading Morning Buzz: USC And UCLA To Big Ten?
Former USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic could get a new trial after the judge hinted today that a key legal issue could his convinction, according to Law360.com. The judge in the case expressed “skepticism about whether USC could be considered a victim in the scheme to admit wealthy children through bribery.” “What was the evidence here of harm to the university, other than the … Continue reading Jovan Vavic Might Get New Trial
Five-star linebacker Anthony Hill, who visited during USC’s biggest recruiting weekend ever earlier this month, has narrowed his choices to Texas A&M and Texas. Is it surprising USC did not make the cut? No. But an awful lot of ink was spilled by the USC fanboys about Hill’s visit, which raised some hopes. There’s still plenty of other prospects USC will get but it is … Continue reading No. 1-Linebacker Staying In Texas
Offensive lineman Landen Hatchett, one of nation’s top centers, has decided to stay close to home and committed to Washington. Hatchett is only a three-star prospect but was targeted by USC and visited the campus last weekend. He lives about 100 miles from the University of Washington and his brother plays there. What is shows is getting linemen continues to be a challenge. Continue reading USC Close Again On A Lineman